Two new friends, Becky at Adult Deprived and Tabi at Tabi Rambles On ... tagged me last week.
4 Things I like about my husband...
He supports and encourages me in whatever I happen to be involved in at the time, whether it's writing or dieting or learning not to burn food. He really enjoys encouraging me not to burn food. In fact, he enjoys it so much, it's like a hobby.
He is a great dad who takes his youngest every single weekend to Starbucks for a Saturday or Sunday morning father-daughter time. She really looks forward to this weekly outing. Sometimes they ride their bikes. I asked her why she wants to go every single weekend, and she couldn't put her finger on it. They just get drinks and play checkers. But I think I know what it is. It's having that special time with her Dad.
He pursues a relationship with Christ.
He still makes me laugh after all these years (23).
4 Movies I have watched more than once...
Waiting for Guffman
A Mighty Wind
Another great "wind" movie, almost in the same league as A Mighty Wind: Gone With the Wind
Many classic movies from the 40s, like Arsenic and Old Lace, Mildred Pierce, Dark Victory, etc.
4 TV shows I watch...
LOST, which deserves all caps
4 Places I have been...
Hershey, Pennsylvania. (Psssst: They have chocolate there. ;)
4 People who email me regularly...
Madelyn, who doesn't have a blog but should.
Debbie at Like a Rose.
My 86 year-old father who forwards everything he ever gets to me.
Jorge the husband, who often just emails to say hi while we're both at work.
4 Favorite foods...
Leslie's GUACAMOLE, which also deserves caps. I wish I could stick my head in a vat of this.
No-bake chocolate oatmeal peanut butter cookies, beautifully portrayed at the left.
Mashed potatoes (Last year on my birthday, I made a pot for myself and promptly ate it all by myself. No cake needed.)
Cereal. Any kind.
4 Places I would like to visit...
New England in autumn
Anna Maria Island, FL
I'm sort of stumped; I like my home best of all.
4 Things I am looking forward to in the coming year (2009)...
I really don't think this far ahead. At the risk of being a bummer, another year simply means my kids will be even older, and so will my parents. This is a hard time in life.
I'm looking forward to seeing what God is going to do through my church for the people of our city and the families within our congregation.
4 Friends I tag...
All four of you who read all the way to the end of this, the most boring post on the planet.